West Bengal Public Service Commission (WBPSC) Food Sub Inspector (SI) Exam 2024: Admit Card Released

The West Bengal Public Service Commission (WBPSC) is set to conduct the WB Food Sub Inspector (SI) exam on March 16th and 17th, 2024, aiming to fill 480 vacancies for the Sub Inspector position in the Subordinate Food & Supplies Service.

Candidates who applied for the examination during the application window from August 23, 2023, to September 20, 2023, can now download their WB Food SI Admit Card 2024 from the official website.

Exam Details

Exam Name: WBPSC Food Sub Inspector (SI) Exam 2024

Organizing Body: West Bengal Public Service Commission (WBPSC)

– Post Name: Sub Inspector in Subordinate Food & Supplies Service

Number of Vacancies: 480

Here’s a comprehensive breakdown of the vacancies:

  • Unreserved (UR): 220 positions
  • Schedule Caste (SC): 97 positions
  • Schedule Tribe (ST): 29 positions
  • Other Backward Class (OBC) [A]: 48 positions
  • Other Backward Class (OBC) [B]: 34 positions
  • PwBD (Blindness & Low Vision): 5 positions
  • SC PwBD (Locomotor disability including cerebral palsy, leprosy cure, dwarfism, acid attack victims, and muscular dystrophy): 4 positions
  • PwBD (Deaf and Hard of hearing): 5 positions
  • PwBD (Autism, Intellectual disability, specific learning disability, mental illness & multiple disabilities): 5 positions
  • Ex-Service Men (UR): 19 positions
  • Ex-Service Men (SC): 5 positions
  • Meritorious Sportsperson (UR): 9 positions

– Exam Dates: March 16th and 17th, 2024

Admit Card Release Date: March 2, 2024

Official Website: psc.wb.gov.in

Also Read: WBPSC Recruitment 2023 – 300 Medical Officer Posts

Selection Process

The selection process for the Food SI exam consists of two stages:

  1. Written Examination: This phase serves as the initial screening, where candidates must achieve a score above a specified cut-off to proceed to the next stage.
  2. Interview: Candidates who clear the written exam undergo an interview to assess their personality, communication skills, problem-solving abilities, and suitability for the role of a Food Sub Inspector.

Exam Scheme & Paper Pattern

– The exam comprises Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).

– It consists of 100 questions divided into two sections: General Studies and Arithmetic.

– There are 100 total marks for the exam, with one score assigned to each question.

– Candidates have 90 minutes (1 hour and 30 minutes) to complete the exam.

– A negative marking scheme is in place, deducting 1/3rd of a mark for every incorrect answer.

WB SI Admit Card Information

The WB Food SI Admit Card 2024 is available for download on the official WBPSC website. It includes important information including the candidate’s name, roll number, exam location, date, and time. It is essential to verify all the details on the admit card upon download, as any inaccuracies could lead to issues on the exam day.

How to Download the WBPSC Food SI Admit Card 2024

  1. Visit the WBPSC’s official website at psc.wb.gov.in.
  2. If you are a returning user, sign in using your ID.
  3. Look for the section labeled ‘Candidate’s Corner’ on the homepage.
  4. Under it, click on “Download Admit Card.”
  5. Find the “Food SI Exam Admit Card 2024” link and click on it.
  6. You will be redirected to the admit card page.
  7. Enter your application number and date of birth or other registration details you set up during registration.
  8. After entering your details, click on the submit/login button.
  9. Your admit card should now be displayed on the screen.
  10. Make sure that the information on the admission card is accurate by carefully checking it.
  11. Download the admit card and print it for future reference.

Also Read: WBPSC Recruitment 2023 – 122 Vacancies

Candidates are advised to download and print their admit cards well in advance of the examination date and to contact WBPSC immediately in case of any discrepancies in the information provided on the admit card.

The release of the WB Food SI Admit Card 2024 marks an important milestone for candidates preparing to appear for the examination. With proper preparation and attention to detail, aspirants can navigate through the selection process successfully and embark on a promising career path as Food Sub Inspectors in West Bengal.

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